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THE TURNVEREIN BROTHERS AND THE MAD BULL
'ibe S. S. China arrived this morn'
lng from the Orient. She will leave
this afternoon for San Francisco at
I o'clock. The mall at the postofflco
closes at i p. m. Too China had ao
uneventful voyage. On January 181b
n waterspout was sighted about eight
miles off. Smooth weather was expo
rlenced during most of the vojuge.
Four passengers for Honolulu arriv
ed by the boat. They aro W. Hancock
ft Collector of Customs In China, who
will stop over hero for a fow weeks;
Clement C. Dormer and wife, tourists,
und Mrs. Tsune Yamada, a Japanese,
who has been visiting her nativo
The China brought 345 Japanese for
this port and two Chinese. Also 300
tons of cargo. She tied up at the
Channel wharf and will take on COO
tons of coal.
Among tne through passengers are
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several Russian naal officers' who
were captured by the Japanese during
the wur. They are now on their wny
home. Three of tho officers aro UcuL
T. Nlkonoff, Lieut. Ilodzlanko and
Commander N. A, Anderson. U. S
N., retired, Is on his way to the United
Etates. bavlnc been relieved of duti
Jin tho Orient.
I Commander II. C. Leopold, U. 8. N.,
1 retired, accompanied by his wife, U
on tho China on his way home. He,
too, has just been relieved or duty
with tho Asiatic licet.
Seven sailors, formerly members ot
tho crew of tho S. S. Newmarket, ar
going to San Francisco, The Newman
ket In an Kngllsh boat and has jus)
been sold to tho Jupaneso Ooveru
A natlto named Kaapa had his lefj
leg badly Injured Tuesday afternoon
In the slaughter pens of me Metropui,
Itii Meat Company by a ferocious bteer,
The animal iharged und tho man was
making his get-away oor tho fence
when the steer reached him with It
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NEW - TO-DAY
Tenders for Bonds
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL CO.
Pursuant lo a Resolution of the
Hoard of Directors of tho Wnlnlua Ag
ricultural Company. Limited, duly
passed at n meeting held on Jan. 23rd,
1900, Sealed Tenders arc hereby In
vited for Flic Hundred Thousand Dol
lars (JSUO.OOO.OO) of tho 5 10-20 Gold
llonds of the Wnlnlua Agricultural
Company. Limited, to be Issued March
31st. 190G. (Totnl issue, I. 500.000.00).
Tenders will be received at the of
fice of tho undersigned up to 12 o'clock
m on the 21st day of February, A. D.
190G, and may be for the full amount
of Fivo Hundred Thousand Dollars
l $600,000.00) or any part thereof, but
for not less than Fifty Thousand Dol
lars ((50,000.00) In any ono tender.
Tenders should be addressed to W.
A. Dowcn, Treasure? of the Walalua
Agricultural Company, Limited, under
cover marked "Tender for walalua
Tho Walalua Agricultural Company,
Limited, docs not bind Itself to accept
the highest or any tender.
W. A. nownN,
Treasurer Walalua Agricultural
Honolulu. Jan. 21th, 1906.
3290 Jan. 24 td
At Manoa Valley, Honolulu.
Pursuant to a Decree of Foreclosure
duly given and mode by tho Honorable
Alexander Lindsay Jr., Second Judge,
Circuit Court, First Circuit. Territory
of Hawaii, at Chambers, In Equity, on
the ICth day of January, A, D. 1900, In
a cause entitled W. O. Smith, Guard
ian of Frlda Cay, a minor, vs. Mary
Jane Montano, A. A. Montano and
Alexander Garvlc, Equity Division
No. 1505, tho undersigned Commission
crs, duly appointed by said decree, will
hell at Public Auction, to tho highest
and best bidder, subject to conflrma'
(ion of the Court,
ON SATURDAY, the 17th DAY OF
FEBRUARY, A. D. 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M.,
of said day nt tho -front (mauka) en
trance of the Judiciary Dulldlng, In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, all and singular the lands and
premises described as follows, to-wlt
Tho lands and promises situate In
Manoa valley, In Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, described as follows:
Ilcglnnlng at a point on south side
or north branch of Manoa Road, dls
lant 577.2 feet southwesterly from
north anglo of Island Realty Com
pany's land, thenco running south
westerly along said north branch of
Manoa Road 309 1-2 feet; thenco south
easterly 125 1-2 feet along boundary of
urant 3i8 (A, A. Montano) to point
on touth branch of Manoa Itoadi
thenco along north sldo of said branch
road 3031-2 feel to a point 581 feet
irom boundary of Islnud Realty Com
pany a land; thenco northwesterly
177.2 feet along mnuka portion of Mrs,
M. J. Montnno's land to point of bo
ginning; area, -10,827 squaro feet; be
ing a portion of tho premises dcscrlb
ed In Royal Patent (Orant) 32 to John
II, and convoyed to said Mary Janu
Montano by deed of Ireno II, Drown
dated December 3, 18S9, and recorded
In the offlco of the Registrar ot Con
veynnces In said Honolulu, In Ubcr
130, page 103;
Together with all buildings and Im
provements thereon and rights, privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto be
longing. Terms of sale; 107c of price hid to
be paid to said Commissioner unon
fall of hammer at said sale, balance of
purchase- prlco to bo paid In United
States Gold Coin upon delivery of
deed by said Commissioner, Deed at
expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
James F. Morgan, Esq., Auctioneer,
Kuahumanu Street, or to the under
signed at his offlco In said Judiciary
WM. It. SIMS,
Smith & Lewis and C. II. Olson, at
torneys for complainant.
Honolulu, Jan. 24th, 190C.
3290 Jan, 25, 30; Feb. 2, 0, 9, 13, 1
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
s It Mil
p. m. p m
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6 40 J 41
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m. p. m.
I toll jo lo J
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Now moon Jan. 24th at C;38 a. tu,
The Udts at kuuiut and nils) occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian Standard Time la lOh 30m
slower thau Greenwich tlnio, being
that ot the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle blows at l:3u f. m., which
Is the same as Oreenwlsh. Oh Om.
Wednesday. January 24.
Schr. Lady, from Koolau ports, 6
8tmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, from
Wnlmanalo, 9 J. m.
Thursday, January 25.
S. S. China, Frlele, from the Orlont
9 a in.
Stmr. Clamllno. Parker, from Maul
ports, 5:55 a. in.
stmr. Maul. Dennett, from Maka
well, 0 n. m., with 9260 hags of sugar 1
Stmr Nocau, Pcdcrson, 5:05 a. m.
from Haval ports.
Thursday, January 25.
Stmr. Nocau, Pcderson, for Walmci
and Makawell, 2 p. in.
4 ! 4
S. S. China, Frlele, for San Fran
cisco, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahata, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, at 5 p. m.
Am. bk. Gerard C. Tobey, Scott, for
San Francisco, p. m., with sugar.
Stmr, Kauai, Uruhn, for Hawaii
ports, 5 p. m,
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, 5 p. mm,
Stmr. Manna Loa, Slmerson, from
Maul and Hawaii ports, a. m.
U. S. A. T. Logan, Stlnsen, from Ma
S, S. Nebrakan, from San Francisco.
Per S. S. Cfllna, from tho Orient, Jan
25. For Honolulu: Clement C. Dor
rner, Mrs. Clement C. Dormer, Mrs.
isune Yamada, W. Hancock. For San
Francisco: Comdr. N. A. Anderson
Thco. Uauer, W. F. Uarnes, IJ. W. Ron
nafan, Capt. N. Uoubnoff. Miss A. Don
aldson, Wf F. Dorsey, J. Fotke, E. Ood
dan!, Lieut. E. Oustatson, C. V. Out
teres, V. Hancock, T. F. Jones, Comdr
II. G. Leopold, Mrs. H. O. Leopold, P
Muhlcns, Lieut. T. Nlkonoff, K. Oka
zakl. Dr. It. M. Powers, F. D. Phillips
jilloorc Radford and valet, Dr. S. W
nivenburg, Mrs. S. W. Rlvcnburg
Lieut. Rodzlanko, James Rolph, 11. T.
Rolph, J A. II. Smith, Jr., Lieut. Tanbc.
Capt H. II. Tillman, D. I Topping
V II, Wiltcrdlnk, Lieut. Wsevnloskl.
Per Stmr. Claudlne, from Maul
ports, Jan. 25. From Kahulul: II. P
IlalJwIn, Mrs. Baldwin. F. Webstet,
Mrs. S. O. Mansfield, B. K. Kamaloplll.
Rev. J. Kallno. D. McKcnzIe, Rev. C
P. Hong, C. Froltas, Mrs. C. Freltas,
Miss K. Kapule, Ii. Hokoana, T. Goml
and wlfo and two children. From La
halna: C. F. Derrick, It. lvcrs, Chang
Kim, Chong Kim, II. G. Ramsay. J. M.
Martin, Archdeacon Jeffries, Y. Taka
kmva and 42 on deck.
Per S. S. China, for San Francisco,
Jan. 25. Mrs. E. M. Scovlllo, F. C.
Drcwster, A, L-. Young. Mrs. Nancy,
Lady I.awson, II. Clay Kellogg, II. M.
McCartney, M. P. McCartney, Mrs. P.
Umlisen, Miss E. Umhsen, Geo. P.
Thlelen, John Long, Mrs. Long and
daughter, Capt. II. M. Merrlam, Mrs.
Merrlum and child, John Llshman, D.
II. Hendricks, Mrs. HendrlckB.
U, S. Weather nurcau,
Jan. 23, 190C,
Temperatures 0 a. m., 07; 8 a. m.,
70; 10 a. in., 74; noon, 75; morning
Barometer, 8 a, in., 29.93; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 5.825 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 73
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. m., 01,
Wind G a. m., velocity 6, direction
NE; 8 a. m., velocity 4, direction NE;
10 a. m, velocity 4, direction V; noon,
velocity 7, direction SW.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended
8 a. m., ,00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 155 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
SeeUon Director, U. S. Veather Bu
Tho bark Nuuanu Is still at Kaana
pall awaiting Btigar, An effort was
mado to tako sugar out to tho vessel
on barges. Threo of the barges were
.swamped and tho other two washed
hip on tho shoro near Kaanapall. On
this account tho Nuuanu will bo do
layed several weeks In getting her su-
gar for tho Delaware Breakwater. Tho
barges woro badly damaged by tho
rough sea prevailing at the tlmo of tho
accident, No one was injured.
Our 1906 Shirt Waists
Will be Placed on Sale Tomorrow Morning
Thursday, January 25, '06
Many of the.Finer Waists are just Samples
one of each
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Jan. 25, 1906
To be rvad from members or at Bern
(trom Musto Co.
Of the Celebrated
5 cents a tin
o at o
J. M. LEVY & Co,
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To arrive Jan, 26 per Nebraskan,
Fine Driving Horses and Fresh Ivjlleh
Cows. Personally selected by W. E.
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10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell under Instruction
trom tho Administrators ot tho Estato
Tho eminent Hawaiian collector,
Tho following ancient and other
Cocos (Calabash Nets) '
Stone Adzes, J
Stone Lamps, ,
Mike Stones, 1
2 Kaulla Aumakns (War Spears)
2 Hula Drums (Ancient)
1 Idol Kukolll-lkl One ot Kame
liameha's War Gods;
1 Ipu Hula (Gourd Drum) .
1 Pawcho Calabash, ,
1 Pawcho Water Dottle, j
1 Ncwa (War Club)
2 Uamboo Cushions,
1 Hlnal Opao,
2 Samoan War Clubs,
1 Kolto (Ancient)
1 Dlack Kapa (Durlal)
1 Lauhala Hall Mat, ,
7 Samoan Cocoanut Dowls,
1 Lauhala V&z,
1 Caso Stuffed Hlon Birds, .,
1 Kaulla Kahili Stick,
1 Kahili Stick (Tortose) and Ivor
2 Knm Kggs,
1 Carved Coco Dank, i
1 Largo 8how Caso, "j
4 Let Hulus (Natlvo Dlrds)
1 Samoan War Club, ' ' '
1 Moss Album.
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